Password Management Workshop: How the Pros Manage Their Passwords
The average person keeps up with passwords for an estimated 100 online accounts. Making a new password for each account, and keeping it updated, can quickly turn into password overload.
That frustration can lead to risky behavior. Reusing passwords across multiple accounts, for example, can lead to trouble. If one of your accounts is compromised, they all are. In fact, Google reports that 2 in 5 Americans have had their personal data comprised online, and of those, nearly half have lost money as a result.
Watch Brighton Jones Vice President Val Grasparil in a demo to show how easy it is to get started encrypting and protecting your log-in details with a password manager.
After watching this recording, you’ll better understand:
- How to select the right password manager for your family or individual finances
- How to prioritize security in your high-impact accounts
- How to use a password manager with your mobile device to create hard-to-crack credentials